Are there alternative treatments for pseudotumor cerebri?

No. Pseudotumor cerebri can occasionally result in visual loss and blindness in addition to severe headaches. Pseudotumor needs to be carefully followed by an eye doctor and sometimes a neurologist as well. 90% of people with pseudotumor are obese females and weight loss, sometimes modest amounts, can be a highly effective treatment.
Diamox (acetazolamide) Decrease pressure in spinal fluid by 1-meds topamax, (topiramate) diamox, Lasix 2-optic nerve fenestration protect the optic nerve from pressure 3-loss of weight 4-spinal fluid shunt.